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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1907, Hutchinson, Kansas * * Circulation epon to * bait * * P VOL. march 1907. LAWMAKERS END SESSION Business of legislature eluded Last Real Primary Recommended by Mte by 1 tic MR STUBBS IS UNRELENTING Ryan 1 Wiir JEROME IN BAD TEMPER Stood With Democrats Ills or for Four Hour Call of I lie House Foiled to Materially 12.- work of legislature 1b at 1111 although adjournment will not come until m fi p. as It is necessary for u tow members a ad tJie to remain until to receive the governors messages on tlie bills passed toward the The final act of both bonnes won the just at of miscellaneous appropriation the executive and Judicial appropriation disposed 01 In the n rosolu Hon was adopted extending lime of consideration ot 1)111? until 2 a. m all the time was not It took but an hour and teen 1.0 up business and at 12:10 morning the halls of the Unit have been Immunity for the last sixty-five were deserted for an other two Of a Tow members will main to receive messages tbo a very abort lime each day will for The ot sine die adjournment is 0 p. Thurs and it la not likely that there will bo ft senators and lives that yesterday took all the tho members and there was of- the foolishness last night Tito was in only In Inst The In When tho business whs completed a motion do to and adjourn It in - u. orderly The members gathered they hud packed since Saturday stole of them i night trains for Death of the compromise primary was at 10:3* o'clock the failure of its friends a sufficient number votes after the had been behind doors for four n rigid call of tne ihe 51! to Tho wiu over tho ol of the confer cneo that thu accept Ilia as amended Tho amended or Hie all officials up to direct plurality vote that majority have fought lor primary the adoption of the conference which meant tho wore support ed from i yos afternoon Until o'clock Tne o. tbo call i's when It was use io tho For Adoption of the Against Adoption of the ' i ' - Not a vote Was changed while the call of the house The of absentees called as were brought but did not change the final roll was called the vote stood 55 to 41. The absentees brought it up to So to o'clock last night was hour set by resolution lor the cessation of Tbo miscellaneous was behind the primary ami us the hour of 31 o'clock began Io draw near the members began to got stage fright They were unable to pass the appropriation and both friends and to the hill tried frequently to call ol the This fulled In every 10::lo, when there was not sufficient to hold the Tho primary discussion wits brought up by a special message from Governor delivered by him In He urged the enactment oi some sort of a primary election and In strong terms advised tho house to cept the on the grounds that It was the best tno house could Before had reached tire door Rotor ol made the mo. reconsider the on tho on which tho house senate's The motion was in and was road by tbo Stone of Shawnee Immediately the of order that the motion was aitt of but ruled against Then secured the floor and made a speech against the motion to was the only other man who spoko before tho vote He pleaded for the adoption of tho After tho first vote was taken Uie became All the except and of against the compromise Berry and after i he confer once Governor decided to support the compromise and voted for the The of the other wiln tho was sufficient lo administer the chloroform to the and the cmn went on as preferring no il they have the as by tho Delmas Describes His Language Sharp Passages Between Coun scl in thaw Cose Today Over SERVICE here today Pish was a member ot tho board of Until After the Trial Was Well Under Testimony May be Important as He is a Brother-in-Law of FATHER OF NINE IS Dor ill Mon of Pad ' First Wife and Eight lo K. n young at tho arrested on a charge of bigamy and mad full wife ind eight children at Va Seven ago lio to this Two later he was married to of taut time ho lived quietly with his second by whom ho has one Wihon told his wife In Horndon the got no business She told me 1 could marry whenever wanted to ' Costs Mote to Make and Costs Less to of all Amor loan artisans are are and by the their only factory aud and unsparing to make 8telfrvy'i�yvti<(':'hear - - ' molting assures least cost for In superior to grands of Miniature the supremo you in t ho Jenkins store is ono to anyone bringing or sending or of no attempt to ovor urn ' New the resumption tho Thaw trial this Attorney Delmas continued his argument yesterday ns to the of the testimony of Clinch brother-in-law of Stanford introduced as a witness by District Attorney Jerome to toll of certain conversations he had Thaw on the roof garden the night of the Delmas contended that Smith should properly have been examined at the beginning of the trial and could not at this ilme as in Jeromo asked the court to exercise its discretion In giving tho jury the benefit of the testimony of tho who was not available at tho lime the case was set for Delmas thought the was entitled to a fuller explanation of Jeromes and I have talked the matter over and I think we are In accord as to tho main Jerome this matter Is discussed in broke in will bo discussed with don't know whether it - will or is the attorney of thon began to detail all the facta regarding the dolay In bringing Thaw to Interrupted several making an extensive smith left the city almost Immediately after tho said he absent himself lor a long Suddenly ho cumo Surely White know her brother was In the and she was lu constant touch with tho Then Smith away again Inst Christmas when it was known this case was coming up for early will now present to your honor the legal basis tor my said do not understand what the district attorney means by legal said language is not Delmas will have to pardon my luck of experience and education and my Inability to make myself In the responded legal t moan the and tho in the the term is not I no for tho district attorney's sarcasm and loss of SCORE MRS. Grandmother and Two Aunts of Evelyn Speak In mother nnd two sisters of W. Scott father of Mm. Harry Kendall have repudiated Mrs. Charles J. who was the Scott and tho mother of Mrs. In a most remarkable This was written out at a family held Miles most of the family residing In that In sending tho letter this Hie three women also send a letter In which their Joint statement be own property lu Bays tho we are willing td stand back ot this The statement in part Is us Charles J. Harry K. has taken toward her Evo is to our minds most The evidence that has been given at the trial very discreditably upon Mrs. Holman's From the facts that have been proved wc know that she accepted money in large not only from Stanford but from other men us and now her plea is that she thought Mr. While was a grand man and a friend of the slie wish lo give the Impression that woman In the twentieth having attained the ago long past was so so that sho thought tho money given was given without recompense Does she wish to make tho American people believe she was innocent enough to think that guvo her money for nothing or simply because were s she knew She knew she sacrificing her child's soul for money by which without Had been a true mother sho would have tuken in washing before putting out us an model ior a chorus knowing what temptations under such would be placed In the child's ' ' girl could live the life that Evelyn Nesbit lived and come out Do you your could bo placed In the same mind with such an example of a man as Stanford to teach them was right mid what was hands for at ot IB pass through 5 como through nil that Holman did not know the trite character of Stanford should she have left her of an of the and in New York And that sho did all this her the she ' not an wretch against her the hour ot FRENCH SHIP BLOWN UP Explosion on Board the lena at Casualties May Reach as High as Two Hundred or Three has developed that It Is thought Gov ernor Warner may send the measure back to the legislature the roc Hint the mining law of 1806 be rOven among the members ot the legislature a sentiment is to pre vail a luis been The members from the upper peninsula are said to have heard from their who oppose In no uncertain One of tno effects of the hill as It now will be to prevent tho United States Steel corporation from buying an interest in producing SUSPEND JAP SURVIVORS LEAP OVERBOARD And Extent of Disaster Not is Main Explosion is Followed by Others and a Panic the Arsenal spoko in sorrow than In replied Delmas another conflict with Jerome by attention the that Jerome bad pot fixed tho dates of Smith's want to caution the district continued peed no caution and no Information from rejoined suld 1 pot willing to undertake the of any Information to tho learned district Justice the of the defense to Smith Tho ul Smith's testimony wus postponed until when Smith testified that Thaw had lold him of his for abroad later lu the Just beforo tho recess Jeromo called Dr. Carlton lo whom to have gone In 1003 Willi Jack the objected to Dr. Flint's saying Jt to young the objection and mild ha not argue tho Justice the and Flint concluded cross-examination of Smith la u tow minutes this having developed nothing n took the Evelyn polar bear pictures tho chorus was in tho corridor this and evidently expected - to a Blio was by u Miss who wasji In a studio at tile time Evelyn posed tor which have offered In 9Vld,Wqe. - to Identify Photographic negatives ot the Hummel - With Missouri Ht. HUNNEWELL BANK WRECKED But the Safe Blowers Are Frightened Away Before Getting 12-Sale the vault of the Union State ul 1:30 Tho live in into town during tho Highland tin entrance to the bank through a 1 Tho townspeople were- aroused by Blx distinct J. C. resides opposite the tho first on tho street The 10b-bors ordered him to return to his nnd fired him to enforce their town was aroused by this time nnd citizens swarmed on the armed with shotguns and Tho robbers a running fight toward Ihe where they hud a which they taken from a nearby section on ihe car they moved by tho citizens for some maintaining steady Investigation shots were centered on the vault Nd cash was and valuable wore The Is by the Union ol Now In their hurry left behind them a complete tof and a quantity of 1 Wellington all towns as as Arkansas City were and posses were immediately organized to Intercept the - At 11 o'clock they wore still at Tho handcar was found on I of Caldwell this On it were pieces ol clothing stained with It Ib onu of tho robbers was either in the explosion or during tho exchange of hus taken tip the trull from March 1'2. -A powder on the battleship lena exploded It is said tho casualties number from 200 to but at moment no details are Six hundred and thirty officers and men were on board tho but many Jumped into the The concussion was caused by an explosion of compressed air of a which fire to the after powder blowing the whole of the vessel The lena undergoing an Inspection of her machinery at the time and was lying in Further explosions occurred every the debris Hying a distance of 500 A shell weighing twenty pounds was hurled a quarter of a Panic prevailed among Ihu employes of the arsenal near by and who approached the scene at the peril ot their could boo through the smoke human remains flying constantly in the following explosions on tho which presented a terrifying spectacle and the arsenal employees lo wring their bands with horror blackened form with haggard eyes rushed madly through tre tines of not knowing where thoy were fleeing figures that over fifty ot lena's crow were killed 100 seriously injured and 200 slightly It is believed tho captain nnd are among the The Injured many leers who were seriously burned 12., Only meager of tne explosions on hoard the lena have reached the ministry of marine up to the It Is that the warship lias been Advices also snv that many vessels near the lena have been The lena was flying the flag of Rear Admiral ono of Ihe divisions of the Mediterranean The commander of tho vessel waB Captain Rear Admiral was among the President Requests California Legislature to Go x March 12.-President Roosevelt has again appealed to the legislature of California to stop all Japanese The president has sent a to Governor Gillette urging tile legislature suspend nil Japanese legislation unci expressing the fear that tho action of tho Saturday In passing tho two Japanese bills by Woll and Keano and Sanford's resolution may render Ineffective his efforts to secure exclusion Japanese laborers agreement with Tho governor submitted message to the assembly when action was to have beon taken on tho two bills and Ihe resolution adopted by tho senate with a message urging the president's request bo acceded On Stanton's motion tho assembly by a viva voce vote take no action on the bills on The message Is ns of legislature reported In this morning's papers most unfortunate In upon my efforts cure exclusion of Japanese laborers j by friendly nnd II continued will probably render recent legislation ol Congress that purpose Please secure ot further action until receipt from The action referred to by the president was tne passage of the ho age ol children when first entering primary schools to 10 the measure prepared by tno exclusion DISSENSION AT FUNERAL of the Ignores Other Refuses to Accept the Overtures Extended to Them by Gladstone WILL AWAIT WILL Before a New Head of the Will Flock the Support of Whoever the Has 12.-Funeral services were held Inst night for John Alexander by u of tho Refusing accept tho measures offered by Gladstone In the form of a. last Deacon and ids six assistant by Dowie as luo ecclesiastical rulers ot his held formal Tho residence where tho services were held was The meeting closed with n declaration from almost every one ting thu question of i that would remain .In the presto a vote the | Dowie s will reveals resolution protesting against Japanese The message created something of. a sensation In the lower T. Johnson expressed his In tho governor and the president and believed that the mutter should bo left to Ho moved tnat it be the sonso of the thai no action he tuken on tho Japanese question I The motion was whom ho ns his Then they will flock to ills Many thu that will be Overseer now lit South Africa PITCHER HYNES BILLIONAIRE KING LOST A Now World's March new world's record lor howling In tournament was established today in the Western Rowling when Voght and Kansas scored 1S0U. Frederick Mysteriously Missing In Southern 12.--Frederick the timber who is said to in Is lost somewhere between Santa and Los He passed Incog and Is known to have passed through Sunta bound lor Los about noon then his movements boon an Impenetrable He is not at any of the lending hotels of Los Angelos or and lieutenants are Tho Southern Pacific officials have been appealed every has been notified to look and every has been given Instructions Lo of any of the missing Tho billionaire is 7J years old ami Ms disappearance may bo a purposeful nny rate ho has caused much alarm U his right-hand Is not with 1,1m on this which makes the cibo more lott Minneapolis some weeks ago it wait with tno of Inspecting his forests in tho MAY VETO Michigan Finds Much Hostility to New Mining 13.-*to much lo luo amendment to the mining intended to tbo of the Calumet mid and companies Milwaukee Ball Player Shot In Other St. 12,--Patrick J. formerly pitcher for the St. Louis American league team and signed with Milwaukee lor tho coming was shot and killed lu a saloon bore today a result of a Louis W. u charged with the lis says he lired in March 12,-A mysterious was yesterday with pistols In One ol tho Captain Von was taken to the hospital In a dying Mystery attaches to his It was stated that ho Is a personage ot High rank but his Identity has been St. March 12,-Albert a was shot and killed by Edward Court said in that Nichols hud slapped Mrs. Court and when ho took to task lor act Nichols drew a 12,-Larson a wealthy negro living south of was found murdered ut his farm today and a was hero for tho Rubbery Is the supposed MORE LOUISVILLE Disorders Incident to Street Railway Strike marked tho early of tho street car strike The car svas held pp ut and Chestnut si reels by a mob of 200. After light with the on board three wore and tho ear proceeded down town with windows Tho suburban was yesterday has not boon A riot culminated at Second ami streets between strike sympathizers and tho police ami striae Six mon and a wore seriously and u score or bruised and Mayor has issued a upon to refrain iVom on ilio A sign torn from u car carrying THREATEN TO LYNCH Company of State Militia Guarding Iowa March 12.-A company of state militia win called oui early to guard two- bank hers for ftt from mob Violence unit Sheriff Hennessey has the governor for moio company is now on guard with to i i Angry citizens threatened a when grand Jury - was missed without Indicting the The militia were in Hie of tho town All roada to and troni aro patrolled by state The guards were removed from around the Mob violence Is no longer Sheriff Honnessy stated later that ho hud the situation well lu and it would bo necessary to retain tho troops only in an effort to apprehend other members of tno of ARRESTED AFTER Murderer Allows Father to Be Huns for Crime Thirty-three Years N. March 12.-If. M. of Otero N. today at City ullas Henry u stuck charged with murder committed lu Hood years It Is alleged that Mitchell allowed his bo convicted and banned for Hie crime in 187-1, upon testimony of who recently admitted on his death bed that tho mun was Innocent of tbo and who sunt that was the mun. was years old when ho was alius been tuken to the county jail at to await tho of from in convention American association Music Over 2,0bo wero March 12.-M. of r died l KILLED BY AN Are Vou ol a now for that baro space In your Don't dream that you can't get it without paying down Hie whole Wo superb stock of pianos easy and It Is easy tho man of modern to moans his family happy by ot sunlight fu tho The Mome Music One Falls on Car at Niagara Niagara N. Murch A bimo Icicle dropped from tho cliffs of Niagara onto a trolley this afternoon as tho Whirlpool ' Tho was Dr. and M. of Sioux and Miss Nervy were struck on backs and badly O- Lindsay nnd of woro Reef Gett Temporary 6t�y-San March 12. this morning applied to the stato supremo court for writ of habeas Judge court was adjourned until bull S in. For i - BAKING DAY TRIALS reduced to a PRIZE FLOUR is It's easy to always easy to and will satisfy the most exacting baker ia its Get the awd warrants | * * and latest * of * s * -' * '
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